How do you feel about Corporal Upham? Obvious SPOILERS here for that one guy who hasn't seen Saving Private Ryan yet... (Looks at shadow_priest_x) Yes Saving Private Ryan is an older movie but over the years I've had some interesting discussions about Upham and how people perceive him. Some say Upham is a coward for not shooting that SS Soldier who killed Private Mellish (stabbing Mellish with a knife in the chest) Upham heard the whole thing and that Solidier simply walked past him to continue fighting. ...who by the way is NOT the same soldier that was blindfolded and set free by Upham (That was Steamboat Willie as seen below) Willie was the one who also shot Captain Miller and was then killed by Upham near the end of the film. Not the knife guy. Some say Upham is a coward, some say he represents innocence lost, and some think he's evil for saving a life based on morals (the blindfold scene) and then taking it away (Killing only Willie). Upham is a complicated character who made several choices by taking action and also by doing nothing.... What's your opinion on this guy?